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Entertainment enthusiast Carma Dee is only 25, but she’s accomplished more than the average person her age. Born in Buffalo, N.Y. and raised in Camden, N.J., Dee is ready to stake her claim as a force to be reckoned with.
Ebony Morgan is just an “average” nursing student at Florida A&M University. She wakes up, goes to class and does homework. Even though she describes her life as “average,” other people may feel as though she’s anything but that, especially following her appearance on cycle nine of America’s Next Top Model.
Brandon Avery Smith is the creator of what he calls Kingdom Tones. Only 21 years old, Smith is a very confident up-and-coming musician who hopes that his music will impact the world for the better. He has opened for renowned gospel artists like Fred Hammond, Vicki Winans, Tina Campbell (from Mary Mary) and Michelle Williams, and was on the Jesus Rock tour with Tye Tribbett and 21:03.
It’s not often I find a book that reads as my subconscious. In Bitch is the New Black, author Helena Andrews depicts her life in a 16-chapter memoir, one that reveals the good, bad and the ugly truth about her experiences as a young black woman.
Entrepreneur sisters Vanessa and Angela Simmons and brothers Antonio, Jr. and Aaron Reid continue their family legacies in the music industry with an innovative way to expose more talent that falls behind the musical radar.
Coming from one of the most prolific, recognizable and legendary gospel families, Kierra Sheard is becoming a trailblazer in her own right. Not only is she the new generation Sheard tearing up the music charts, but she’s taking her musical ministry and using it to uplift the lives of today’s youth. “The enemy is really after today’s generation,” Sheard said.
Makeup chef. It’s two words that are possibly inconceivable until you see LaToya Ausley at work. She greets you with a warm smile when you walk into her pink deco Preppy Gyrl Boutique.